Summary: Great story that fills the gap between the two trilogy, graphics were good for the time, the force powers are a blast to use and really makes you feel like a Jedi BUT all that is hidden behind awful light saber fights with a lot of camera issues, hit box that makes no sense, and boss fights that are...
Summary: My 7 year old son likes this game but apparently he doesnt love it. Im not sure if its because its not as exciting as his other video games or because its too difficultt for him and he can't accomplish missions to advance in the game.
Summary: Not incredible, but not bad fun. The force powers you are given are really great, and you can use them in really cool ways - from throwing a stormtrooper into a fire, to bringing an Imperial Star Destroyer down to the ground. The graphics are decent, and the voice acting is above average.
Summary: After playing the Force Unleashed on the ps3 with it's amazing graphics and amazing story and amazing everything I decided that maby it would be cool on the wii since you have a lightsaber and you have the motion sensors so it sounds like it would be really ausome right? No......It's not.
Summary: "Star Wars: The Force Unleashed" had the potential to be a great game: incredible graphics, interesting story, and the whole Star Wars universe to work with. While the game comes out looking fantastic, it's ruined by horrible playability.
Somewhat of a disappointment...that could have been avoided
C. Shook, Amazon
1 March 2009
Summary: First, let me say that I really, really wanted to love this game. However, there were quite a few drawbacks in this game that prevented me from really loving it. The story is intriguing and the soundtrack is typical star wars.
Summary: I first played Star Wars: The Force Unleashed as a demo on the Playstation Network Store and I thought it was pretty good. Albeit, the controls were a bit strange & cumbersome but overall not too bad. Plus I figured with a few more months until launch the issues would likely be ironed out.